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Old 10-16-2012, 11:28 PM   #1
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I have a 98 f-150 4x4 and i'm getting ready to put a 6" lift on it and i was wondering if anyone knows if i will be able to clear 38's with my torsion's cranked up. and if so how much trimming will i have to do. because i don't want a body lift.
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I dont think youll clear 38s without a body lift. I could be wrong though.
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2 choices.


Take the fenders off.
Or get a body lift.
Because you're gonna be trimming ALOT and they'll still rub like crazy on the frame.

There's nothing wrong with a body lift when you them right.
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